- The housekeeping checklist ensures engineers basic tools and equipment are evident prior to assessing them on their use within the customer's premise
- The checklist provides an easy to use template to populate the engineers basic aparatus against the forms
- Ensures that basic safety literature and stationary are checked
- The checklist can be easily adapted for additional items
- The template includes a check for basic industry literature
- Results are easily transferred to the matrix for trends and equipment gaps
- Matrix automatically colour coded to recognise problem areas
Who would use it?
- Quality Control Officer
- Lead Engineer
- Project Manager
- Training Manager
What is it?
The 'Housekeeping checklist / Main matrix' are Excel documents.
When would you use it?
You would use the 'Housekeeping checklist / Main matrix' prior to commencement of a quality assurance plan or with a new influx of employees / sub-contractors.
Why would you use it?
You would use the 'Housekeeping checklist / Main matrix' to ensure that your employees possess the basic tools and equipment to carry out their duties before you test them. Without the correct tools and equipment, quality assurance checks will only reveal failure, so it makes sense to ensure the workforce is equipped to do the job they are employed to do prior to testing them.
These templates are again in a basic format to ensure staff in your company can easily adapt, add or change items or equipment. Many company's do not operate this list so this will automatically increase failure trends through lack of task completion i.e. without a weir gauge (flow cup) it is unlikely that an engineer will commission a combination boiler correctly and hence the boiler's chance of failure or break down from installation will be increased.
Please be aware that to purchase and use this template you must be 'Gas Safe' registered.
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